Leaked oil sucked in Gulf of Mexico

08:16, May 19, 2010      

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Gas from the damaged Deepwater Horizon wellhead is burned by the drillship Discoverer Enterprise in the Gulf of Mexico May 16, 2010, in a process known as flaring. The crude spewing into the Gulf of Mexico are being sucked up to the surface via a tube that was placed inside the damaged oil pipe. (Xinhua/U.S. Coast Guard/Patrick Kelley)



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